Congrats to all thanks for the tourney.
Rest In Peace
Rest In Peace
AlhamdoelillahFranz Joseph said:I hope that the bitterness in this world will be rewarded by Allah in the afterlife and accepted to heaven. cancer is a dangerous situation when there is no early diagnosis, i lost my most valued person in this world because of cancer and i can understand this pain. May Allah give patience to him family and relatives rip Chapman
Note:Sorry for my bad english and congratulations Tully
Thats great mate. Thx for the info.Kloney said:Just like to hijack the post a bit to give a bit of info and say about Chapman,
He was diagnosed roughly half a year ago with Leukemia, as far as we were aware at the time he was doing well through chemotherapy but sadly he died on the 8th of April in hospital surrounded by his loved ones after complications. I'm sure he'd be extremely embarassed by all the attention he's getting, he was always a shy guy! He was a part of our little group of friends called Sanguine for almost 8 years, we played lots of different games together but warband was always our main one. I made sure that we got in contact with his family, spoke to his mum and dad and also showed them all of the messages of good will which were put on his steam profile by all of his online friends. 10 of us (almost all of our small group of friends) managed to get down to his funeral on the 25th of April and say our final goodbyes, his mum was very pleased we could make it as were we, and his family was astounded by the amount of online support he got.
So i'd like to thank the WNL team for posting a little memorium to him, he meant a lot to us and to see how much he meant to others also is just proof to how much of a great guy he was to be around and how great a life he led.
I'll be sure to show any messages to his family and if anyone would like to donate we've been told that donations kindly made would go to CLIC Sargent, Macmillan & the Churchill Hospital.
Thanks a lot, Kloney & The Sanguine boys